sumo sumo s
updated 1st November, 2017
THE CURRENT BRITISH TOP 10 OPEN WEIGHT
CURRENT TOP LIGHTWEIGHTS (UNDER 85kg)
Results from the British in Derby, 29th October
OPENWEIGHT SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP
1. Ben Brunning (Wales)
3. Neil Scott
4.Conna Banger Boon
100kg title was won by Alex Walstow
Novice Championships results.
1. Banger Boon
2. Mat Burton
3. Tony Westbury
4. Wynne Evans
Lightweight title won by Doug Hammer and the 90kg title won by Jas
Results from the Western Area Sumo Championships held at the Fightworx Academy, July 17th
HEAVYWEIGHT NOVICE CHAMPION
HEAVYWEIGHT SENIOR CHAMPION
MIDDLEWEIGHT NOVICE CHAMPION
LIGHTWEIGHT NOVICE CHAMPION
June 17th, 2017
Mundeep Kundi beat the USA Champion in the USA SUMO OPEN
Had a great training session at the Derby Headquarters. Probably the most productive since the days of Big Elvis, Bill Etherington and Simon Smith. A really enjoyable session, no injuries, and the Master winning one or two fights........ Jo, a rugby prop, did really well.
Great training session....the Master suffered a bit this week as the lads learned from the previous week . Mike coming out like a bullet now and Brad simply invincible. Joe improving BIG TIME..................... but I'll kick his ass next week....................... or perhaps I wont be able to!!!!
2nd August, 2015
Great session, new girl Jo did well and Hali trained hard. Joe steadily improving.
Big Neil joined the lads to step up their training for the Worlds. Mike starting superbly and the Master could not touch him today. Joe making rapid progress and will win medels next year.
Mike, Brad and Neil training hard today. Neil improving. Brad very powerful. Mike simply destroying The Master!!
Will have to have a Masters tournament when they come back from the Worlds.
23 rd August
Big Kim Humphriss is threatening to come down and give the lads some opposition before they jet off to Osaka.
Kim is around 170 KG now and was certainly in the team with Elvis one year at a Tokyo World Championships
The lads returned from the World Championships. Bad fought superbly against a Georgian who eventually won the Bronze. A tough fight that could of gone either way .
Mike got off to a cracking start, doing everything right against a very tough Thai lad who looked very good. He then lost out to the Japanese winner. His next opponent was the heaviest guy in the comp, the New Zealand representative who just edged out our man.